At VAANI we believe that all children should have access to education and teachers who can help them reach their highest potential. Keeping this in mind, VAANI has created a few educational resources that are useful in the classroom or at home and can help both you and your child thrive.
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When teaching complex subjects such as the concept of time to children with hearing impairment it is a good idea to use as many teaching-learning materials as possible.
Get creative! Use props from around the house and classroom to make learning exciting and fun.
You can create stories, pictures, artwork and short role-play with your children to encourage them to participate in learning.
Check out our guides to making Teaching Learning Material that works. Download them below.
Learning school-related words in Indian Sign Language
List of 35 vocabulary in ISL
Assamese Consonants in Indian Sign Language
Assamese or Asamiya consonants include thirty-three pure consonant letters. Each letter represents a single sound with an inherent vowel, the short vowel /a /.
Assamese is an eastern Indo-Aryan language spoken by about 20 million people in the Indian states of Assam, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh, and also spoken in Bangladesh and Bhutan. Assamese is closely related to Bengali and Odia.